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Extra carriages being added to Borders Railway trains to tackle overcrowding

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Luigi Caterino of the Italian Job Barbers proudly displays his award, alongside Rachel Casson, left, and Stacy Johnstone.

Luigi proves he’s still a cut above

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Diazepam Tablets

Man arrested following Coldingham drugs theft

Crime
A talented young artist at Halyrude primary school in Peebles has received an early Christmas present after creating the winning design in local MP David Mundells annual Christmas card competition.
Jaymie Donaldson was presented with her bike by Mr Mundell

Peebles pupil lands prize more by design than luck

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Putting down routes at Earlston

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Borders teenager tells First Minister about US trip intended to help hope overcome hate

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Johnston Press digital awarded funding from Google innovation initiative

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Toilet toil earns award for Borders council worker

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Michelle Ballantyne, centre, with former fellow Selkirkshire councillors Gordon Edgar and Elaine Thornton-Nicol, after retaining her seat at May's local election.

Date set for by-election for Selkirkshire council seat

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Hawick High School.

Trouble being tackled and only way is up for Hawick High School, meeting told

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Extra carriages being added to Borders Railway trains to tackle overcrowding

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The Melrose bypass junction leading to the Borders General Hospital

Traffic lights to be fitted outside Borders General Hospital in bid to cut accidents

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Borders Buses.

Assurances given over future of two Borders bus routes

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The road is to be closed at the Nest roundabout tomorrow to investigate the October incident.

A72 to be closed near Walkerburn for fatal accident investigation

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There will be days without any service.

When can I get a train over Christmas and New Year?

Transport

Man arrested following Coldingham drugs theft

Crime

Man accused of owl neglect

Crime
Tipping was driving on the A6091 Melrose bypass.

£300 fine for careless driving on Melrose bypass

Crime
The thefts are alleged to have taken place at the Ednam House Hotel in Kelso.

Men accused of lager theft from hotel

Crime

Trouble being tackled and only way is up for Hawick High School, meeting told

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Borders College at Galashiels.

Pioneering Borders College heating system a sewer-fire success at awards

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Hawick councillor Clair Ramage outside Hawick High School.

Police patrol Hawick High School to help tackle trouble

Education
Aaliyah Mason, 9, from Stow is a finalist in the Muslim Young Writer Awards.

Poet Aaliyah up for a national literacy award

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St Margaret's RC Primary School, Hawick.

Consultation under way on plans to shut Hawick primary school

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Extra carriages being added to Borders Railway trains to tackle overcrowding

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Luigi Caterino of the Italian Job Barbers proudly displays his award, alongside Rachel Casson, left, and Stacy Johnstone.

Luigi proves he’s still a cut above

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Johnston Press digital awarded funding from Google innovation initiative

Business

Towering gap in funding for SRC

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Borders teenager tells First Minister about US trip intended to help hope overcome hate

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Douglas Heatlie won the title of Scottish toilet attendant of the year at the Loo of the Year Awards for his efforts maintaining the public loos in the Avenue at Lauder.

Toilet toil earns award for Borders council worker

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Michelle Ballantyne, centre, with former fellow Selkirkshire councillors Gordon Edgar and Elaine Thornton-Nicol, after retaining her seat at May's local election.

Date set for by-election for Selkirkshire council seat

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Hawick High School.

Trouble being tackled and only way is up for Hawick High School, meeting told

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Clair Ramage was among the councillors locked out of Hawick Town Hall this week.

Hawick Town Hall lockout sparks call for meeting to tackle problem

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Golden eagle project set to release chicks

Environment
What the 14-turbine Whitelaw Brae wind farm, front right, dwarfed by the 152-turbine Clyde wind farm behind it, would look like.

Outcry as 14-turbine Borders wind farm gets go-ahead on appeal

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Hawick councillor Davie Paterson highlights dog fouling in Arthur Street, near Trinity Primary School.

Hawick school forced to go on lookout as dog fouling worsens

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Farmers Alistair, Ross and Jen McAulay at Wauchope Farm.

Borders farmers fearful lynx would kill their sheep

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Bid under way to save care home facing axe

Health
Shona Robison.

Minister praises NHS Borders after review highlights progress

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The needle, pictured below, was found on the banking to the right, just a few yards from the new school.

Nine-year-old finds discarded used needle

Crime

New focus on ability centre

Health

Street Pastors are 100 not-out

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